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MC – Des Mclean Support – Lee Kyle Support – Robin Grainger Headline – Stuart Mitchell
Lee Kyle has spend much of his life on a never ending quest to never have a proper job. He was in an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler and then trying his hand at stand-up. Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, his jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs.
Robin Grainger gigs for major comedy clubs across the UK, including The Stand Comedy Club, Gilded Balloon and Monkey Barrel Comedy. He was featured on BBC’s ‘4 Extra Stands Up’ and has gigged as far away as Cape Town, South Africa. He has performed in sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows, is usually featured on “Best Of Scottish Comedy” bills and has supported Tom Stade (Live At The Apollo) on multiple national tours, being hand-picked for a DVD recording and gigging to 1500 people at King’s Theatre in Glasgow.
Stuart Mitchell made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, with his show ‘Dealt a Bad Hand’. The show received critical acclaim and sell out audiences culminating in an extra show due to demand. The show recently toured venues throughout Scotland attracting more press – “A work of genius” Daily Record★★★★★Most recently he’s become the longest running panellist on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Breaking the News’ as well as making his debut on BBC Radio Ulster ‘The Blame Game’
Des McLean is a multi award winning Stand up comedian, TV and Radio presenter and Actor. Based in Glasgow Des is in demand both throughout the UK and across the world and has recently toured America, Canada, New Zealand and Australia and played the iconic Riviera in Las Vegas. For TV Des regularly presents on programmes for both BBC & STV. For radio Des co-hosted the Clyde 1 Breakfast Show for 5 years, winning three prestigious Sony Radio Awards for the creativity of the content. On stage Des has appeared in a number of productions, including playing The lead role in Iain Pattison’s critically acclaimed play ‘I Tommy’, about the life of politician Tommy Sheridan. In 2017 Des embarked on a nationwide tour with a brand new stand up show, and also co created the online TV series The Glasgow Trip with fellow comedian Gary Little which in 2018 was nominated for best online comedy at The Scottish a Comedy awards.